5 Parks near Rockaway Beach, Oregon
Jul 2015 - $35.00
The RV full hookup sites are very narrow, but long. The sewer hookup is at the very rear, so you need much hose. Nice park for beach, and dunes.
It can be windy. - sismo
Jul 2014 - $30.00
Very family oriented park. RV sites are not by the ocean, but they are a short walk away. Sites are mostly level and many are long - 70'. It is not a quiet park, but the noises are happy family noises. We enjoyed evening walks to see the sunset. WiFi was an extra $4 per day. - travelSupremely
Jul 2014 - $34.00
This park is just north of Garibaldi on the Oregon coast. It is a large park, with RV and tent sites spread over a large area. Tent sites and small RV sites have a lot more privacy than the larger RV sites. Some are quite close to the beach. We camped in a pull-through site, which, since it was not angled from the driveway, and because of tree branches rather low overhead, was not that easy to get into. The driveway was quite long, and there was a decent amount of space between rigs, but no privacy at all. Since we were there only overnight, this wasn't a big deal. There were lots of places to walk, and the sites were clean. What bothered me the most, however, was that the $34.00 rate didn't include more than $20 of "extra" fees, like the $10 transaction fee, and the "other" fee of $5.00, the tax (Oregon doesn't have sales tax), and then they wanted $4.00/day for wifi, which we did without. $54.00 for a parking lot-style pull through on a gravel pad seems a bit much to me. I'd avoid this place because it just isn't worth the price. I've stayed in fancy resorts for less. - LeeL
May 2014 - $30.00
The location is fantastic - we were backed up to the Nehalem Bay. We rented crabbing equipment onsite and crabbed from the docks. They cooked the crabs for us then we made a fantastic dinner overlooking the water. The challenge with this campground is that it's essentially a parking lot with RVs parked close to each other. The weekend we visited was not too busy so we were able to enjoy some space and the view. Be sure to ask if they are having any events (such as a their monthly karaoke contest) before you go. We were there on karaoke night and the music was so loud we couldn't escape it. It started around 6pm and went to 11pm. Thankfully our 5 year old was able to fall asleep, and by 11pm there was solitude again. - rivetedroving
Jun 2013 - $30.00
We had a state park booked, but decided at the last minute that it was too far from where we wanted to be. We drove down the 101 and found Jetty has sites open. We were very surprised, but the park and really liked it. The driveway is extremely steep and if its busy it might be cramped. The staff was very nice and helpful. - ChrisD
Sep 2011 - $30.00
This is an unusual park due to its location on a bay, and a busy marina setting. If you like to crab, watch seals and the tides and boats go by this the place for you! We did make it in with our 39' rig but the driveway is a bit steep -- we got a site overlooking the bay and that made it great for us. Our only complaint about this campground was the $5/day charge for our dog! Surely she did not use any of their amenities. We would stay here again. - gypsylife
Aug 2012 - $25.00
This is a NO FRILLS fishing/crabbing dock! If your looking for luxury, keep driving. If your looking for a place for a few days with beautiful views, and to catch a few crabs, this IS the place! They will greet you with a smile and get you crabbing in no time, either off their dock or on the water, they have small boats to rent as well. If you'd rather eat than crab, that's available as well. They have live crabs, oysters, and clams on site for sale and they will cook them up for you. Then you can enjoy them around the communal fire pit. Boat dock is available also. The road in is dirt/gravel, the sites are pull in (for the view out your windshield) or back in for trailers. Might need an extension cord for your power, mine was just barely long enough. Satellite serve was great, all our cellular devices worked fine ( AT&T, Sprint & Verizon). They have a HUGE area for tenting as well. They only have 4 sites for big rigs, so be sure to call ahead. The sites are close together, large motorhomes with full slides on both sides will take up your complete site. We would stay here again. - Kerry B
Jul 2015 - $10.00
This facility is in two different locations, upper & lower and the highway splits it down the middle so if you have kids, you will be running across the road. The pool is in the upper club house and the cable TV etc is in the lower club house. The lower lot is a gravel parking lot with tight spaces by the river. There is a boat launch.
I went in the bathrooms - gross - & one of the pools was closed and we kept driving. If you are spending the night as a stop over it would be fine but for long term, I would keep moving.
The young lady at the check in was VERY nice. She was the bright spot in this park. - scruggsfamilyRV
Jul 2015 - $20.00
There are 2 sections, east of 101 has the pools and 59A, West of 101 has 30A WE and 30AWES in the lower section. I think the upper section has 50A WES.
Road in was suitable but under repair. Sites, west of 101, are very tight. You get to know your neighbor which isn't a bad thing. Our curb side neighbor gave us 2 fresh caught crabs. - Larryvt
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Park has good water pressure. That is the only positive I have to say. This place is FAR from a resort. Made reservations for a 50 amp FHU site that would fit my 41'. Spent the first 20 minutes at the park being told they didn't have anymore 50 Amp sites. Then it turns out they did have 3, but none were long/wide enough for my coach. Since I was within the cancellation period, I could take the leftovers or lose ALL ($120) of my reservation. So, I took a 30 Amp FHU site that was wide enough, but 10 feet of my coach and my entire truck stuck out into the parking lot. The vast majority of sites are very close. So close you can't extend the awning all the way. The park has 3 tiers. Each is really a gravel parking lot. Don't let the nice pics on the web page fool you. This place is old, cramped, and in need of maintenance. The door to my site's electric pedestal came off in my hands and tables need paint. A number of power poles are bent back from coaches hitting them. 1 lane crossing to/from the lower tiers. The gate shack is Right off Rt 101. If you're coming from the north, pull off on the shoulder and hope no one hits you. If you're coming from the south, hope there is room to pull into the parking lot and room to turn around. The guy at the gate shack was rather inept. The manager complained about "corporate" taking reservations but not passing the info to the park. The park does not reserve sites, just services. That is why there was not a 50 Amp site large enough for my rig. They were taken by smaller rigs that could have fit on a smaller site. But, it is first come, first dibs. You might be able to get WiFi at your site. If not, go to one of the club houses. They will not accept deliveries for RVers. I really don't understand why this place is packed. I won't be back or recommend this place. - TH travelers
May 2015 - $70.00
We wanted a view of the ocean and that is what we had. Appeared to be two RV spaces with ocean views, the rest of those spaces are park model cabins. People were more than helpful. When you back trailer into space, the hookups are completely out by the road so be sure you have long electric cords, etc. Park loaned us a long TV cable; they go out of their way to help. Our electrical plug on our trailer is on back so we went to Tillamook (about 17 mile drive) and found a huge camping/hunting/RV store and purchased an extra long electrical cord. We stayed two nights, walked the beach both days. We would stay here again, very quiet park - which we like. Seems to be many permanents, nice place to live or visit. - Peggy Rice
Aug 2014 - $60.00
I didn't like this park because it seemed very jammed up with park models and just depressing. Our site was so tight we could hardly get slides out. It's right on the beach so if you get one of the few ocean front sites, you'd have a much better experience. The access to the beach is great but it was very cool and windy when we were there so minimal beach time for us. I saw other parks in the area that would've been preferable. Our space was way overpriced for what they offered. Would stay elsewhere. - gardener
Aug 2013 - $49.00
We made reservations well in advance for this weekend; we had a wedding to attend further up the road to Manzanita. They are very strict when you check in and give you all kinds of information, paperwork, a 'Tide Tables' and a remote keyless entry ot the gate, that part we liked! Security is a plus while traveling. They were friendly enough, and to be honest we didn't spend a lot of time here, but I think we had one of the nicer spots (#4.) It was a unique park, with a very northwest ocean flair to it. Our spot had broads/weathered fencing all around it for privacy with some buoys & fish netting hanging, kind of cute. In the rear of our spot was a brick fireplace for cooking or bonfire. The short walk to the beach and view is right there, really nice. The map on the internet makes it look like a much, much bigger place than it is. We would love to come back and stay again here. It was quiet, dark, and nice for sleeping at night. Good central location for driving either way. WIFI was great; cable was OK. - Yamaman